Apple’s Games site has turned its attention to two recent additions to the Mac game market — the arcade-style soccer game Kick Off 2002 and the Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds expansion pack Clone Campaigns.
|<?php virtual(“/includes/boxad.inc”); ?>|
Published for the Mac by Virtual Programming Ltd. and distributed in the US by Freeverse Software, Kick Off 2002 is a game that’s sure to appeal to fans of professional soccer, especially those that follow the European footie leagues.
Despite relatively simple game controls, Kick Off 2002 can offer some significant challenges for players as they decide how they want their teams set up and how they want their players to take the field. You can also replay on the field action and rotate the camera view to different perspectives. The game’s difficulty level can be modified by adding weather and adjusting players’ ball-handling skills. You can even download squads created by other Kick Off players.
Clone Campaigns is an expansion pack for the real-time strategy game Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds. Both are published by Aspyr Media. The expansion pack adds missions and units drawn from Star Wars Episode 2: The Attack of the Clones, the movie released earlier this year. It also enhances gameplay with control of up to 250 units, upgradeable shields and other changes.
You also get a chance to visit new systems like Coruscant, Geonosis and Sarapin, and control new factions like the Confederacy of Independent Systems and the Galactic Republic, just as seen in the movie. Clone Campaigns requires the full version of Galactic Battlegrounds to work.